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  • On the trail of summer bedding

    By RHS Gardener
    The petunia-like blooms of calibrachoas are perfect for hanging baskets and containers over ...

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  • The Mediterranean comes to Surrey

    By Carly Holloway
    It’s been four years since the redevelopment of our Mediterranean garden at Wisley, and ...

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  • Pretty in pink

    By RHS Gardener
    This pink-leaved beauty stops visitors in their tracks

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  • Maintaining our roots

    By Ian Tocher
    Wisley has a long history of trialling vegetables and this year is no exception, with an ...

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  • Rhubarb rhubarb

    By Neil Roster
    From pickles to cocktails and beyond... there's far more to rhubarb than a humble crumble

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  • Plant of the month: perennial wallflower

    By RHS Gardener
    Who doesn’t love a plant that is almost too easy?

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  • A farewell and a revamp

    By Olive Twigg
    As the butterflies depart, a fresh wave of lush foliage and flowers infuses The Glasshouse ...

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  • Behind the scenes in the Alpine Display ...

    By Tom King
    The Alpine Display House provides a constant show of wonderful flowers and foliage. However, ...

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  • Plant of the month: Star magnolia

    By RHS Gardener
    Easy to grow, beautiful and suitable even for small gardens, this magnolia is a star of the ...

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  • Order! Order!

    By Heather Cooke
    Time is running out for RHS members to order from our wonderful seed scheme. Why not grow a ...

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  • Plant of the month: Paperbush

    By RHS Gardener
    From silky buds to fragrant balls of yellow

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  • Waking and working to an orchard chorus

    By Jim Arbury
    It’s pruning time, and we are progressing well with the pruning in the orchard, ...

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